“A Truly Dynamic Duo: Being Inspired by the Wisdom of Podcasters Snowman and the Ice Queen”

What would happen if you connected two passionate and inspiring communicators who are both dealing with life and death issues? The answer is the riveting new podcast, Speaking Our Truth with Snowman and Ice Queen. The first podcast took place on Friday, March 11. Experienced podcaster, sports radio guy, and public speaker Brian Snow, has… Read More

How Moses Storm Uses His Humble Beginnings to Forge a Successful Stand-Up Comedy Career 

When Moses Storm was a young boy, one of six children reared by missionary parents, he watched Conan O’Brien by recording episodes over Christian learning tapes. It was one of the few pleasures of a very difficult life that he has turned into a stand-up comedy routine that resonates with his audiences far and wide.… Read More

Big Daddy Kane and the ASL Interpreter

The Truth about Big Daddy Kane’s ASL Interpreter Mistake

Out of Line or Out of Context? American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters are being used more and more at concerts for deaf audience members. Unfortunately, someone forget to let Big Daddy Kane know at his concert at Eaglebank Arena in Fairfax Virginia on Friday, January the 14th 2022. The famous American rapper from the 80s… Read More

Sage Advice From Terri Clime on Fall Cancer-Fighting Foods – During Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and with it comes a focus on The “Big C,” the word no one ever wants to hear. Terri Clime of Clime Wellness is incredibly grateful that she hit the cancer lottery “so to speak” when she was diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer with its near 100 percent cure… Read More

Outstanding Summer Camp Director Andy Pritikin Receives National Award For Advocacy Outreach

Andy Pritikin, the owner and director of Liberty Lake Day Camp, has been awarded the 2021 American Camp Association Special Recognition Award for his advocacy in opening summer camps in 2020-21, and the policies put into place to ensure a safe summer for campers and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. His work motivated hundreds of… Read More

“Celebrate Mother’s Day with Specialty Gift Boxes Made With Love!”

With so many of us socially isolated for more than a year, now is the perfect time to tell mom, grandmom, and the other special women in our lives how much they mean to us this Mother’s Day and beyond. A look at innovative gift boxes of all kinds – with coffee and food items,… Read More

Eclectic Artist Drew Mazer Finds Silver Linings in COVID-19

From the moment you meet Drew Mazer, it is crystal clear that he has an extremely creative and artistic mind and heart that translates to his many passions – which include creating music, performing body modifications, and as of late, creating unique small-batch indie toys. The New Jersey native currently resides in Austin, Texas with… Read More

My Weight Loss Adventure Week 9: NOOM

It was just before Christmas when I last wrote about my weight.  A lot has happened since then.  First Christmas happened.  Christmas was a lovely day spent with my housemate.  Knowing and understanding the need to social distance my family did not gather for our yearly holiday celebration.  At one level that really bothered me. … Read More

My Weight Loss Adventure Week Seven: Christmas

And there were in the same country shepherds, abiding in the fields and keeping watch over their flocks by night, when lo an angel of The Lord came upon them and the glory of The Lord shown round about them and they were sore afraid, but the angel said unto to them “Fear Not!  For… Read More

My Weight Loss Adventure Week Six: Being Sick

Last week there was no My Weight Loss Adventure.  This is because I was living the adventure with an illness that knocked the stuffing out of me.  In more ways than one. It first hit my housemate d she did not feel good at all.  It lasted 48 hours and she began to feel better. … Read More

My Weight Loss Adventure Week Five – The Supermarket

Thanksgiving week proved to be a challenge as there was so much really good food to eat.  The positive points were in getting the meal from an outside source there wasn’t much leftover and also we added extra vegetables so there were more veggies on the plate than starch.  I want to go over a… Read More

Innovative Eco-Friendly Brand Sink Spinner Inspired By Family Now On Kickstarter!

Sink Spinner announces the launch of a Kickstarter campaign to help put an end to the nightmare of dirty sinks! Dirty sinks have been a source of untold stress and frustration for hundreds of years. Whether it’s toothpaste, shaving cream, whiskers, or makeup, your bathroom sink is, well… gross. That’s why Bryan Alintoff, of Middletown,… Read More